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The migration crisis [What Think Tanks are thinking]

Written by Marcin Grajewski,

A March agreement between the European Union and Turkey seems to have eased the pressure from previously largely uncontrolled mass migration to the EU via the Turkish shores. However, the accord runs the risk of unravelling due to disagreements on key points, for example on offering Turks visa-free travel to the EU or on modifying anti-terrorist laws in Turkey. Under the deal, Turkey agreed to take back migrants who cross to Greece illegally and who didn’t apply for asylum or whose asylum claim was found inadmissible.

This note offers links to a series of recent commentaries and studies on migration from major international think tanks and research institutes. More papers on the same topic can be found in a previous edition of ‘What Think Tanks are thinking’, published in March. Recent studies on the Schengen area can be found in another edition of ‘What Think Tanks are thinking’.

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Facilitating mobility and fostering diversity: Getting EU migration governance to respect the human rights of migrants
Centre for European Policy Studies, May 2016

EU visa-liberalisation for Turks: Just around the corner?
European Policy Centre, May 2016

Aufhebung der Visumpflicht für Reisen türkischer Staatsangehöriger in den Schengen-Raum und Beteiligungsrechte des Bundestages
Deutscher Bundestag Fachbereich Europa, May 2016

What does Davutoglu’s resignation mean for Turkey and the EU?
Centre for European Reform, May 2016

Securing Europe’s borders: The first step to a comprehensive asylum policy
Brookings Institution, May 2016

Children: The forgotten aspect of the EU-Turkey deal
Migration Policy Institute, April 2016

Schengen in the spotlight: A Europe with or without borders?
European Policy Centre, April 2016

Making the EU-Turkey refugee deal work
Bruegel, April 2016

EU migration crisis actions with a focus on the EU-Turkey Agreement
Migration Policy Centre, April 2016

Tourism, terrorism and migration
European Union Institute for Security Studies, April 2016

Managing religious difference in North America and Europe in an era of mass migration
Migration Policy Institute, April 2016

Asyl, Flucht, Migration: Von A wie Asyl bis Z wie Zuwanderung
Hanns Seidel Stiftung, March 2016

No way out? Making additional migration channels work for refugees
Migration Policy Institute, March 2016

Exploit humanitaire ou échec ? La crise des réfugiés en Allemagne et en Europe
Institut français des relations internationales, March 2016

Refugee policy in the European Union: Protect human rights!
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, March 2016

EU−Turkey refugee deal is vulnerable to legal challenge
Chatham House, March 2016

Immigrants and integration in Western Europe
Centre for Migration Studies, March 2016

EU-Turkey Summit on the refugee crisis: Law and (dis)order?
European Policy Centre, March 2016

A European Border and Coast Guard: What’s in a name?
Centre for European Policy Studies, March 2016

The Canadian expression of interest system: A model to manage skilled migration to the European Union?
Migration Policy Institute, March 2016

Tangled connections between migration and security in the wake of the Arab uprisings: A European perspective
Istituto Affari Internazionali, March 2016

Migration and asylum data for policy-making in the European Union: The problem with numbers
Centre for European Policy Studies, March 2016

The migration crisis: A case for a “Merzi” leadership
LUISS School of European Political Economy, March 2016

Elements of a complex but still incomplete puzzle: An assessment of the EU(-Turkey) summit
European Policy Centre, March 2016

EU-Turkey plan for handling refugees is fraught with legal and procedural challenges
Centre for European Policy Studies, March 2016

Spain: New emigration policies needed for an emerging diaspora
Migration Policy Institute, March 2016

Migrants and refuges have rights: Impact of EU policies on accessing protection
Caritas Europa, March 2016

Schengen’s stress test: Political issues and perspectives
Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute, February 2016

Reconceptualising sustainable responses to the refugee crisis
Euro-Mediterranean Study Commission, February 2016

Border protection and freedom of movement: What people expect of European asylum and migration policies
Bertelsmann Stiftung, February 2016

Migration and development
Adam Smith Institute, February 2016

Schengen’s future in light of the refugee crisis
Polish Institute of International Affairs, February 2016

Tariq al-Euroba : Displacement trends of Syrian asylum seekers to the EU
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, February 2016

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